Not much more exciting happened today. If you read the Fugly blog that is exciting! Hercules seems like a wonderful horse! I'm glad they found out who owned him last, although I think it's really sad that she took him to the auction and asked to send him to slaughter. Become a friend of his on facebook!! (I made his page, although I also passed on Admin rights to Cathy and Katie :) )
Had my first day of PT today. They stuck electrodes to my knee for 20 minutes. It was the weirdest feeling, like mini-charlie horses. It felt good though! I have lots of work to do in the next three weeks. The muscles in my RT hip are not as strong as they are suppose to be. Mostly due to my lack of using my right knee. (I'm not complaining, I just think it's interesting.) I am going to start to do Pilates to build up my core strength so I can be less one-sided when I ride. I'll start at the hip, then work on the knee.
I read something today that I thought was BRILLIANT!! I wanted to have a saddle fitter come out to see how well Denali's saddle fits, but plastic pad that she uses would just FREAK OUT Denali. When she was out in November, I thought it would be a good idea, but the pad she uses wouldn't work at all. Too much noise for Ms. D. Anyway, back to my brilliant idea. I read somewhere about putting chalk on hte underside of a saddle then riding in it to see if it hits anywhere on the spin. I know it can't tell pressure points, or other things that the saddle fitter could tell you, but it could give a little insigh right? Has anyone tried this?